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Old 11-13-2017, 4:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Go Navy View Post
It is astonishing that it even mentions psychological testing in order to enjoy your Constitutional rights. Can't imagine the logic with that. It implies that, if they think the applicant has psych problems, they'll get him/her tested. Then if he/she passes the shrink test.....then what? Is this raising false expectations? (I have no psych problems and never had....just curious.)
Keep in mind that they are quoting the actual Penal Code, since that is where the option for the IA to use psych testing originates.
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